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Disturbing scenes of human destruction: Ernst Wilhelm Nay, André Masson: Mythos und Massaker

Currently showing at the Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, 'Mythos und Massaker' exposes two artists' very different approaches to war.

Review

Georg Grosz: The Stick Men – Intimate grievance and an engrossing exhibition

Deeply pessimistic and bleakly satirical, 'Georg Grosz: The Stick Men' at Das Kleine Grosz Museum gives an […]

Tuesday 22, August

Phosphorus WWII bomb catches fire after being removed from Spree

Emergency services doused the burning phosphorus with water after the World War 2 bomb was discovered in […]

Monday 17, July

500 year-old giant bronze bell stolen from Berlin churchyard

The enormous church bell weighing 500-kilos dated from 1513. Police are investigating the theft.

Thursday 13, July

Thousands evacuated in Marzahn following discovery of World War 2 bomb

The detonation of the unexploded bomb from World War 2 found in Berlin Marzahn is scheduled for […]

Architecture

Stucco in the past: The history of Berlin’s façades

The story behind Berlin's façades is as intricate as their stucco designs.

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